Yes. You can set up a portfolio for your private properties and another portfolio for your company properties and manage them separately. You can set up as many portfolios as you like on one subscription.
Landlord Vision has a property focused accounting engine at its core. You can use the cash or accruals basis and each tax year you'll be able to pull a report that tells you exactly what to write on your tax return and where. It only takes 5 minutes. The tax features are intutive and comprehensive, so you'll no longer need to figure out which reporting period an expense falls into. You won't need to painsteakingly separate capital and revenue expenses.
Landlord Vision has tiered packages, so if you’re a small landlord, or all of your properties are managed by a letting agent, you might find the Starter plan more suitable for you. If you’re a larger landlord the Standard Plan will have all the features you need. Landlord Vision is suitable for a wide variety of portfolios, from buy to let to HMO and Students and beyond. If you’re a letting agent or you need software that handles VAT, Landlord Vision is unlikely to meet your needs.
Landlord Vision doesn’t integrate with any third-party accounting software packages. This is because Landlord Vision is an accounting software package. Just like Xero and Quick Books Landlord Vision is a powerful accounting engine so you don’t need to purchase additional software. The benefit of using Landlord Vision instead of an accounting package like Xero is that Landlord Vision was built specifically for managing property. So as well as all the powerful financial features you need from an accounting engine, you can manage your properties, tenants, contacts, documents etc. as well.